Chinchón is one of the best-preserved villages in the region of Madrid, right in the heart of old Castilla. Just 50 metres from Chinchón’s famous Plaza Mayor you will find The Palacete de La Marquesa de la Corona de Cusano — we know it more simply as Casa de la Marquesa. This historic building has recently been restored to bring it in line with what guests have come to expect from a modern and well-equipped hotel.
Casa de la Marquesa is the perfect base to explore the surrounding historical towns and villages. From Chinchón you are in easy reach of the cities of Aranjuez, Alcalá de Henares, Cuenca, Toledo and of course Madrid itself.
Chinchón and its surroundings
- Plaza Mayor: Ranked as one of the most beautiful in world!
- Monastary of the Agustinos, now the Parador.
- The Lope de Vega theatre.
- Chinchón has many splendid walks and interesting mountain bike routes.
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Aranjuez, a unique cultural landscape
Aranjuez, just a few kilometres from Chinchón, known for its gardens and the splendid Palace Real. The old town which is a historic-artistic site with its royal palaces and gardens on the banks of the Tagus form the layout of Aranjuez.
And to get into the mood, listen to El Concierto de Aranjuez either by the maestro himself Joaquín Rodrigo or Miles Davis…
The top 5 of Aranjuez
- The Royal Palace
- The Royal Gardens & Casa del Labrador
- The Plaza and Royal Church of San Antonio
- The Historic Town Centre
- The Bull Ring with its own museum
We can offer different guided visits in Aranjuez through the royal gardens and historic centre of the city, for example:
- Through the Prince´s Garden.
- Through the Island Garden and surroundings of the Royal Palace.
- Through the historic centre of Aranjuez.
Toledo known as the “city of the three cultures”, because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries. Behind its walls Toledo preserves an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues.
The top 5 of Toledo
- The Great Cathedral
- The El Transito Synagogue
- The Sephardic Museum
- The El Greco Museum
- The Historic Centre
In the Region of Castile-La Mancha, between the Júcar and Huécar river canyons, you will find this city with the UNESCO World Heritage designation for its wealth of monuments. Its historic centre looks out over rocky canyon walls in the heart of the Cuenca Mountains. The Cathedral, Casas Colgadas (Hanging Houses) and cobbled streets charm the hardened traveller.
The top 5 of Cuenca
- The Hanging Houses
- Walk across the Bridge
- Coffee at the Parador
- The Historic Town Centre
- Talking a walk in the ‘Enchanted City’
Alcalá de Henares
This town near Madrid, birthplace of the illustrious Miguel de Cervantes, author of “Don Quixote”, and home to one of the most prestigious universities in Spain, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The top 5 of Alcalá de Henares
- The University
- The House where Cervantes was born
- The Calle Mayor
- The Laredo Palace
- The Archaeological Park